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111357 No. 111357 ID: 7326e1
Opchan is global warming real or fake?

also check it out, al gore is chinese now
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>> No. 111358 ID: b85820
  Yes, climate change (aka global warming) is real and largely driven by human activity (pollution).
Ninety-seven percent of climate scientists agree that climate-warming trends over the past century are very likely due to human activities, and most of the leading scientific organizations worldwide have issued public statements endorsing this position.
The planet's average surface temperature has risen about 2.0 degrees Fahrenheit (1.1 degrees Celsius) since the late 19th century, a change driven largely by increased carbon dioxide and other human-made emissions into the atmosphere. Most of the warming occurred in the past 35 years, with 16 of the 17 warmest years on record occurring since 2001. Not only was 2016 the warmest year on record, but eight of the 12 months that make up the year — from January through September, with the exception of June — were the warmest on record for those respective months. https://climate.nasa.gov/evidence/

Undeniable climate change facts https://youtu.be/SQ7bzR99iJ4
>> No. 111359 ID: 278cbe
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Yes and no. The global warming is not there because combined human influence on climate is less than eruption of a major volcano. On the other hand, it is there, because climate is a dynamic system in constant motion, and it changes constantly, making some places warmer and some others hotter.

People still have trouble accurately predicting the weather for more than several days, and they can predict major weather event for a week or two beforehand, with fair reliability.

A century ago a lot of people believed that sunspots are responsible for climate change, not to say, for major disasters, wars and droughts. Well, they were proven wrong, to a larger degree because you can't tax sunspots.

>Ninety-seven percent of climate scientists agree that climate-warming trends over the past century are very likely due to human activities, and most of the leading scientific organizations worldwide have issued public statements endorsing this position.
Cause it pays well to agree on that. You can promote carbon tax, "alternative energy", all sorts of "green" bullshit. And therefore extract money from economies, budgets, citizens, attract investment, fame and influence in politics, and all that without actually taking responsibility for any consequences. Under the pressure of these money drains, real projects that should fix climate issues and provide more people with more comfortable living space, are forgotten and abandoned (if ever considered possible).

>Undeniable climate change facts
Lol nope.
>> No. 111360 ID: 278cbe
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The real application of climate change should be active, if not aggressive, in the area of conquering the nature and exploiting it's available resources. Instead of passively trying to stabilise the situation with "common" knowledge, "neutralize" human presence and footprint on global scale, we need to learn to live with it. We need to understand, that it is our responsibility to watch over yourself in the first place, and not our "planet", which is totally indifferent to whatever we feel ourselves.

Since the consensus on "climate change" that was made possible after end of Cold War (and dissolution of most sensible alternative opinion on global situation), everybody agreed to follow "passive" strategy to prevent situation from changing, and nobody acknowledges that it is actually impossible. Any given action especially performed in the area of reducing "footprint", leads up directly to the opposite effect - because this is how economy works.

But nobody cares as long as money flow and idea works. By the time we really understand how wrong we were about many of the things, this situation will already be too late to fix with passive methods and we may as well have to invest into global warming instead of battling it. Because of rebound effects, because of obsolete policies, corruption and capital accumulation, the market is becoming unable to adjust to any changes in situation, or control itself, and in effect, will become completely useless machine running on it's own into random direction.
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<----- al gore
>> No. 111363 ID: 278cbe
  Now I'm not going to pretend I'm professional or that I know more then competent people. After all, we might as well live in the best of all possible worlds. Maybe other options beside current "global warming" projects will actually turn out even worse that that, fuelled by human arrogance, stupidity or lack of knowledge.

But when I hear this guy making a slight mistake
slight mistake
[b]S_L_I_G_H_T M_I_S_T_A_K_E

of saying "last few hundred years" instead of "last few decades" at 1:50. My blood is suddenly simmering with indescribable rage. I want to slam his face into a nearest hard surface. Not to say about the rest of the demonstration.
>> No. 111365 ID: e07820
It's a well known fact that Global Warming is real. The "experts" saying otherwise are paid shills.
>> No. 111377 ID: fb3bdd
Have you tried actually reading some reputable sources (i.e. actual scientists not internet conspiracy theory blogs) instead of asking an imageboard full of cranks, schizos and drooling tinfoil hat conspiracy theorists?
>> No. 111378 ID: 3e843b
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I believe climate change is real, maybe not global warming exactly though, and I think its entirely possible its man made but don't know for certain.

Either way, man made or natural, the whole of humanity should be doing more to prepare for it and to not exacerbate it. Even if its naturally occurring I'm sure pumping tons of crap into the atmosphere and depleting the ozone aren't helping matters.

I'm also sure even if its natural we shouldn't be sitting on our asses like some damn dirty pot smoking hippies who think anything natural is good for you. Even 100 percent organic all natural dead oceans and desert former bread baskets are going to fuck the human race just as bad as if they are the result of everyone driving cars or the chinks building libertarian wet dream factories.

Pic somewhat related, what exit will Frank take? And why can't we beat the Soviets? Is it true the 21st century will be the Soviet century?
>> No. 111380 ID: cce514
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yeah dude, a retarded magazine cover based on the work of one kooky attention whore scientist that some jews used to try to sell the sophisticated version of people magazine on a slow news week 4 decades ago is effective refutation of the consensus views of an overwhelming majority of contemporary scientists.
that makes perfect sense
>> No. 111382 ID: 3e843b
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I didn't say it was refuting or disproving anything, hence why it was somewhat related. What it does is illustrate that maybe, just maybe, one shouldn't accept everything automatically as truth and have a little healthy skepticism. If you believed everything you'd be stocking up on winter coats and snowmobiles for the coming winter apocalypse to happen any day now.

Also illustrates how the Soviets can never be beaten which is in no way something that would prove to be as dead as global cooling in the dawn of 21st century.
>> No. 111384 ID: 751d6a
Someone should Google '' Ice Ace Temperature Changes''. Someone should also Google ''The Greening Affect''.

That's right, your fucking Subaru is literally spreading fertilizer all over the place and does jack shit to the weather...
>> No. 111385 ID: 09c7e0
>one shouldn't accept everything automatically as truth and have a little healthy skepticism
ok, but next time some hollywood slut says that guns should be banned you should consider that uneducated individual loudmouthed retard's opinion to be the intellectual and moral equal of a 2/3 majority of american founding fathers and just flip a coin as to if you continue to support civil rights or not. because you don't know for sure that she isn't smarter than everyone else so just give her a fair chance.
>> No. 111389 ID: 9315da
real, probably
man made? probably

erryone panic OMG , lol no, Gore and friends were predicting we'd all be dead in 2015.

not using oil is gonna be a bitch, though, whole world is dependent on fossil fuels and just as important - plastics.
>> No. 111732 ID: 41441c
  Egypt is threatening war with Ethiopia because the latter is building a dam in the Nile headwaters for drought protection and energy production.
>> No. 111733 ID: 41441c
A second background video the guy did to add context.
>> No. 111746 ID: 1dec8f
Most underrated post in this thread.
>> No. 111747 ID: 7fecba
For those who claim high CO2 is beneficial, tie a plastic bag around your head and enjoy.
"Regarding my friend from California, if he thinks [carbon dioxide] doesn't cause any health problems, I invite him to put a plastic bag over his head, tie it tightly around his neck and see what happens next," Grayson said during a House Science, Space and Technology Committee hearing on the Energy Department's clean energy budget.

Grayson was responding to comments made by Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif., who called climate change "a theory" that the Obama administration is using to justify spending and policy decisions that are putting thousands of people out of work.

"I don't accept the fact that CO2 in any way causes human health problems," Rohrabacher said. http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/put-a-plastic-bag-over-your-head-grayson-tells-climate-change-skeptic/article/2591074
Carbon Dioxide And Global Warming - How Do We Know? https://youtu.be/qADD1Y886rI
>> No. 111750 ID: 278cbe
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>For those who claim high CO2 is beneficial, tie a plastic bag around your head and enjoy.


Lethal dose or concentration (LD, LC):
LCLo (lowest published)
90,000 ppm (human, 5 min)[3]
US health exposure limits (NIOSH):
PEL (Permissible)
TWA 5000 ppm (9000 mg/m3)[2]
REL (Recommended)
TWA 5000 ppm (9000 mg/m3) ST 30,000 ppm (54,000 mg/m3)[2]
IDLH (Immediate danger)
40,000 ppm[2]


Major constituents of dry air, by volume[7]
NameFormulain ppmv(B)in %
Carbon dioxideCO2400
>> No. 111751 ID: 278cbe
>but muh 97%

Surprisingly it doesn't mean that they are wrong either. Science is not a Democracy, and the idea of individual opinion or popular consensus isn't really applicable to it. The major issue we are having is not about climate change itself, but about methodology in this area.
>> No. 111752 ID: 985c2f
The "debate" is over. It's been over for a decade now and the only people saying otherwise are those getting paid by coal/oil companies and christian groups who want the apocalypse. The actual data is now consistently following the worst-case predictive models.

>> No. 111753 ID: 278cbe
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>The "debate" is over.
>The actual data is now consistently following the worst-case predictive models.
>> No. 111754 ID: f19f5c
If you support the U.S. financially,
by paying taxes, for example,
you are voting for global warming
directly, with your wallet.
>> No. 111755 ID: 6ed282

>no guys! global warming is fake jew lies! keep buying Russian oil to fund imperialism!
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